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legal analyst, jeffrey toobin also here, security consultant jeff beatty, veteran of the fbi and cia counterterrorism. also former massachusetts homeland security adviser julia heim, and national correspondent john king. mayor giuliani, let me start with you. a remarkable end to all of this. obviously the investigation continues, the wheels of justice move forward. but your thoughts tonight upon what you witnessed over the last 24 hours and all week long. >> well, i think the ending tonight which is really the end to the beginning was about as good as we could expect, right? the fact that he was captured, captured alive. possibility there to gather more information. law enforcement operated, as the president said, at the highest level you could possibly imagine. they worked together. seemed to all be seamless. i think this -- this part of it has in some ways given us some good news after all of the terrible news earlier in the week. >> also the role played by citizens, citizens here in the city of boston, not just who sent in pictures and video images but a citizen who called police
, whether the surviving suspect was read his miranda rights prematurely by shutting him down. jeff toobin and mark geragos will weigh in later tonight. sanjay gupta looks at what life is like now for all the people who lost limbs in the bombing. the fresh steps they take as they try to learn to walk again. in the case of adrianne, as you just saw there, to dance again. another very full night starting with mary snow in times square in new york. mary, nick payton-walsh is also in russia, in dagestan, former massachusetts homeland security advisor juliette kayyem is currently a boston globe columnist. on the phone, joining us is former homeland security advisor fran townsend, who currently sits on the homeland security and cia external advisory panels. appreciate all of you being with us. mary, mayor bloomberg isn't the only one saying that manhattan was a target for the brothers. who else? >> reporter: correct. ray kelly, the police commissioner, as you mentioned, both these new york city officials were briefed by the fbi about this, and with the information they were given, anderson, they
question as well, whether the surviving suspect was read his miranda rights prematurely. jeff toobin and mark geragos weigh in on that. they have strong ponz that. later, sanjay gupta looks at what life is like for all those who have lost limbs in this bombing, the fresh steps they are going to have to take as they try to walk again, and in the case of one dance instructor who we've been profiling, dance again. another very full night. with us, nick payton-walsh, who is in the russian region of dagestan tonight. former massachusetts homeland security adviser juliette kayyem, currently a "boston globe" journalist, joining me here. and on the phone, national security adviser fran townsend. juliette what do you make of this "boston globe" report that boston anti-terror squads were not informed about what the fbi knew about tamerlan tsarnaev? >> right. so, what you're hearing is they were informed in the sense that they had access to the database, but they were not specifically told, look, there's someone on your streets that we have particular concern with. this is troubling because it
going on which is really important to the city as well. >> and jeff toobin, our legal analyst, cnn's tracked down a video clip linked to his youtube channel from a militant jihadist. obviously that's something authorities are going to be looking at. sources tell us the suspect now, dzhokhar, is communicating with officials in some rudimentary way nodding yes or no. they've chosen to question him without reading him miranda rights. what does that mean for any information they might be getting? >> well, it's very important to the people -- we've been talking a lot about miranda and i think it's important for people to understand what it does and doesn't mean. if you are questioned without your miranda rights, all that means is that the statements you make cannot be used against you in a criminal court. they can be used against other people. they can be used as leads to other inquiries. and you can still be prosecuted with lots of other evidence. all it means is that those statements cannot be used against you. from what it certainly appears there is lots of other evidence against thi
against him initially. you weren't in the room, jeff toobin, but talk me through some of the conversations that would have been had, why charge him with this up front? >> well, this was an enormous terrorist crime. and three people died in a bomb, in a major public place. why wouldn't you charge the most serious crime that you could? let me just stop for a second and give a little procedural point here. this is a complaint. it sets essentially a 30-day -- 30-day clock in motion. during those 30 days, the case will be presented to a grand jury and he will then be indicted in the course of those 30 days. those charges may be somewhat different. chances are there will be more of them. but this charge here, in this complaint, is not the final word of the government in terms of what he's going to be charged with. the grand jury will ultimately decide the final charges, and we'll know a lot more about that within the next 30 days. >> and, jeff, if i could ask you, i'm reading this criminal complaint and i think you make a very important point, because obviously this is just one iteration of evid
to talk about that shortly with jeff toobin, a former prosecutor and john miller who has worked in local and federal law enforcement, now at cbs. first the latest from kaufman, texas. >> reporter: if law enforcement is anywhere close to solving the case of the murdered district attorney, his wife and his assistant prosecutor, nobody is saying. >> i'm not going to discuss anything about the evidence that's been found, tu to the ongoing nation of the investigation. >> reporter: the kauffman county sheriff's office and fbi are staying very tight-lipped about virtually everything in these investigations, including the evidence. although we saw deputies checking on tire tracks and skid marks about a block away from the home of district attorney mike mcclelland and his wife cynthia. deputies announced an arrest but for something else. nick morales charged with making a terroristic threat and being held on a $1 million bond. >> a threat against a safety of a county official was received. the threat was then investigated, leading to the arrest of mr. morales at a location in kauffman county. >>
.com. >> joe, i appreciate your reporting and jeff toobin, i thank you. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in south korea trying to tamp down the report of north korea. the north had a fiery message for another neighbor. the power of north korea's propaganda machine. you'll meet a woman still haunted by the brainwashing she said she endured before she defected. >>> matt salmon said he's still opposed to equal rights for gay and lesbians. we'll talk to his son, matt. where cutting taxes for families and businesses is our business. we've reduced taxes and lowered costs to save businesses more than two billion dollars to grow jobs, cut middle class income taxes to the lowest rate in sixty years, and we're creating tax free zones for business startups. the new new york is working creating tens of thousands of new businesses, and we're just getting started. to grow or start your business visit thenewny.com we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and d
've been hearing, is that it may just be the father going back to the u.s., anderson. >> gloria, as jeff toobin, our legal analyst pointed out earlier in the 8:00 hour, even if the father does come, he has no right to meet with his son. and if he did, law enforcement could very easily eavesdrop on th that, listen to that, and anything that was discussed could be information they can use. there's no privileged conversation between a father and son. you also have information about the kinds of questions investigators are now asking about the brothers and their families. what are you hearing? >> right. and first of all, they're asking questions about the russians, we don't know, for example, anderson, whether they were monitoring tamerlan when he went back to dagestan. they're looking into the parents, the asylum. why were they looking to go back to a country they said they were prosecuted? they're asking questions about income, where he got his money, was he subsidized. did he do it as investigators are looking at, did he sell drugs? so there are all kinds of loose ends that they've got to
a second, what's the url? >> sullivan.com. >> andrew, great to have you on. thank you very much, jeff toobin and -- >> no, i was just taking a breath. thank you for watching. amy is on "the blaze" tv? >> yes, i am. >> joining me every night this week at 10:00. also, regular "ac 360" is at 8:00. thanks for joining us, bye, bye. >> out front next, breaking news, investigators say they have found female dna on a bomb that was detonated in boston. this news comes from the very same day that police spent 90 minutes at the home of tamerlan tsarnaev. the mysterious man is found and speaks. let's go out front.
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know, germinating right now even as we speak and as they speak. jeff toobin, i want to bring you in just quickly on something that professor dershowitz just brought up and foregoing possibility of death investigation by continuing the investigation right now while there is no miranda, isn't it just a simple if he does not invoke on his own a desire for an attorney and offers up information effectively even offers up some kind of a confession, can't that be used? >> well, not if -- again, this depends on the scope of this public safety exception and whether the courts agree to it. there have been -- the supreme court has a case from 1984 which says that under certain narrow circumstances where there is in effect a ticking time bomb, it's okay to ask questions without miranda. but the limits of that are -- have never been precisely defined. the obama administration said 48 hours, but that's simply their interpretation. now, this hole miranda issue though i think we can overstate its importance. all miranda does is restrict whether those statements can be used against tsarnaev himse
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. jeff toobin is standing by, senior legal analyst. jeffrey, from a legal standpoint, assuming this person needs medical attention, what happens now? as the wheels of justice begin to move? >> the first thing that will happen is that the u.s. attorney's office will prepare a complaint, which will be an affidavit by an fbi agent which will lay out the basics of the case against him. he will then be arraigned. he will get a defense attorney and he will have an arraignment. in normal circumstances, someone arrested on a friday night would probably not be arraigned until monday morning. just because of the extraordinary circumstances here, he might be arraigned tomorrow if he's in medical shape to be arraigned. at the arraignment, two things will happen. there will be a discussion of bail. he will not get out on bail, obviously. but they will set what's called a preliminary hearing 30 days forward. the preliminary hearing will not happen. what will happen is in those 30 days, in the next 30 days, he will be indicted by a grand jury with the initial charges. then the case will be as
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